Visit the neighbouring beach at Tresaith. A spectacular walk along the coastal path or just a short drive away. Tresaith is a real gem. Beautiful golden sands, tranquil waters and an iconic waterfall cascades over the cliff top. The Ship Inn at Tresaith provides excellent food in an exceptional setting.
Nature at its purest and owned by the National Trust. Penbryn is almost 1 mile long and is lined with tumbling sand dunes. Follow the footpath to the beach which takes you into a beautiful wooded valley. This shady path suddenly opens up to the wide expanse of the beach and the sound of the sea.
A scenic settlement, popular with families, surfers or just for relaxing and watching the world go by from its many cafes and pubs.
A sheltered sandy cove, owned by the National Trust. Its legendary 6th century church accentuates the landscape. A path circles the hill above the beach, where the views of Cardigan Island, the coast and on clear days Snowdonia, make it well worth the climb.
The small cove of Cwytydu in it's deep wooded valley is surrounded by high pastures. The restored lime kiln marks the back of the beach which is said to have once been used for smuggling.